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I hear that everyone of note, <br />
Soon will cast the suffrage vote.
[Image: A sketch of cupid or a cherub sitting on a stool while talking into a telephone. The caption is "I hear that everyone of note, Soon will cast the suffrage vote."] 9x14cm; Print

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[Image: A sketch of a fashionable woman with the phrase "Bryan's my man -- Who's yours?" underneath. Printed on a cream-colored card. Likely produced in support of William Jennings Bryan who used suffrage as a platform during his third bid for…

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[Image: A photograph of Rhoda Palmer seated in a rocking chair. The text below the image reads: "Miss Rhoda Palmer, Born 1815. One of the five living signers of the Declaration of Sentiments at the first Woman Suffrage Convention, Seneca Falls,…

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[Image: A yellow postcard featuring a fashionable woman sporting a banner with the words "Votes for Women."] Color; Print
A transcript of the message, written by Mrs. Mary T. Lewis Garnett to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, follows: "It's fine -- admirably…

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[Image: A block of text listing many of the rights sought by the Suffrage Movement. The first word, "I," is an ornately decorated dropcap. The postcard reads: "I do not have all the rights I want. I want the right to close the mines and mills against…

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[Image: An exasperated girl with a torn dress and disheveled hair. The text below the image reads: "I'll Get That Vote Yet!"]Color; Drawing

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[Image: A wife dressed in men's clothing walking away from her husband as he sits on a stool rocking their child in the cradle. The text above the image reads: "Mother's Got The Habit Now."] Color; Print

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[Image: Goose addressing a meeting of geese. Text above reads: "Miss Hissy addresses a meeting of the goose's Social and Political Union." Text on bottom reads"'Every proper goose should have her own propagander."'] Color; 9x14 cm; Print

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[Image: A photograph of a woman and man standing together talking. The woman points out a newspaper article to the man who shakes his finger at her. The text beneath the photograph reads: "Sir, Will Women ever have Votes? - 'WAIT and SEE!'"]…

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[Image: A masculine suffragette with her hair in a bun and a Tyrolean hat threatening to launch a "Votes for Women" stone in a sling. The text on the behind and below her reads, "Give me a vote or - Sermons in Stones!"] Color; 9x14cm; Print
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